Yesterday was the annual Arbor Day. I wish you a happy Arbor Day! Although it's a little late to wish you a happy arbor day today, I will bless you all.
Speaking of arbor day, I sometimes think of the story that happened on arbor day. This is something I can't forget now: on the day of arbor day in 20XX, there was a drizzle. That day was the first arbor day activity organized by my community. Our family of three also participated in this activity. What we planted was an apple tree. We planted the apple tree seedling in front of the door of my building. My parents and I dug pits, carried water, put saplings and filled soil. The three members of our family worked together and soon an apple tree was planted. Finally, we hung the iron plate made by a property company for us in advance on the planted apple tree. The iron plate engraved with the names of the first arbor day, father, mother and me. Uncle security also recorded the whole process of planting trees on our day with a camera.
The apple tree we planted has grown a lot now, and more than a dozen small apples were planted last year! In spring, when it sprouts, I often water and fertilize it. I'm so happy to watch the little tree grow up day by day! It is also a thing worth remembering.
Through that tree planting activity, I realized the hard work of landscaping workers. I must love flowers and trees. At the same time, I also want to drive my classmates and friends to love flowers and trees.
In the afternoon, we came to the small trees on campus with buckets and environmental placards. When we began to water the trees, the teacher told us: "everyone should be light when watering or hanging placards. The small trees are sleeping. Don't wake them up." As soon as the teacher's voice fell, the students were busy. Some were watering the small tree, some were cleaning up the garbage for the small tree, some were hanging placards for the small tree with light hands and feet, and others were going to pick up water.
As soon as I was disbanded, I rushed to the pool. When I got there, I was stunned. There were so many people and everyone scrambled to be the first. I didn't want to fall behind. I hurried forward to fetch water for the little tree. I ran back and forth with the bucket for many times. I was so tired that I was sweating and out of breath. Looking at my "love tree" drinking water happily, I was not so happy. The little tree stretched out and nodded to me with a smile. I carefully hung the placard I made by myself on its chest: everyone is responsible for protecting the environment!
I'm a little guard of green environmental protection. I'm proud! I'm proud! I'm happy!
The students in our class envy the little sisters in grade one. We all want to see them plant trees. The teacher also suggested that we plant trees at home. The teacher said, "we can plant a tree of hope or an evergreen tree of friendship." I planted a tree of hope, which is a pomegranate tree. Because our neighbor has pomegranate trees at home, I like them very much. In summer, pomegranate trees will bloom fiery red flowers, like burning torches, and look like gorgeous sunset glow from a distance. Looking closer, it looks like a small horn, which looks very beautiful against the green leaves.
In autumn, some of the leaves on pomegranate trees are still so green, some have become golden yellow, and others fall to the ground, and all the flowers fall. Instead of them, big pomegranates bend the branches.
I'm going to plant a tree at the back door of my house. I first brought the saplings, dug a hole with a shovel, and then put the saplings into it. I gently shoveled them into the soil, buried them, flattened them, and then poured some water. I stood by the small tree, looked at the small tree I had just planted by myself, and silently made a wish. I hope the small pomegranate tree can grow healthily and quickly, and I also hope I can grow up quickly and go to a good university.
Looking at my pomegranate tree, I wonder what kind of tree the students have planted, whether it is a tree of hope or an evergreen tree of friendship.
March 12 this year is an extraordinary arbor day. Because it is the day when we plant the future and hope.
To the park, the park is so beautiful! There are trees and flowers in full bloom. Xiao Hong found a wasteland and began to plant trees. She first dug a hole with a shovel. After a long time, Xiao Hong dug a small hole, which made her sweat and pant. But Xiao Hong still did not give up. She took up the shovel and dug for a few minutes, and finally, a big pit was dug up. Xiaohong carefully moved the saplings into the pit. She held the little tree, filled the hole and stepped on a few feet of soil. Xiaohong went to the faucet to get some water, went back to the small tree, watered the small tree, and the small tree was finally planted.
The butterfly flew and flew beside the small tree, as if praising Xiaohong: "it has added a little green to the people's Park and made our home more beautiful." Xiaohong went home satisfied.
China is a country with low green area, less than half of the world average. However, the amount of timber felling in China is the first in the world, and the forest area is decreasing. Therefore, we should cherish green life and take good care of greening. Starting from ourselves and around us, we should not only save paper and use less disposable chopsticks, but also plant more trees and greening the motherland. As a primary school student, we should not only plant a small tree on the campus, add a flower to the flower garden and pour a basin of water on the turf. We should do our best to protect the beautiful environment and urban scenery of the campus.
I look forward to one day, the clear river is roaming with fish, swimming happily in the clear river, birds are singing on the branches, and the silent spring is no longer silent. Look forward to the day when the raging flood will no longer roar and the scorching heat wave will no longer rage. I look forward to the day when every valley will be full of flowers of hope, every stream will dance with joy, all wastelands will become oases, and all lives will be loved by God and treated by mankind.
I firmly believe that if each of us actively plant trees, our city will be more beautiful! The future of our motherland will also be more beautiful!